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  1. Buffy Root
    Buffy Root October 18, 2016 at 3:38 pm | | Reply

    nice interview, love Nanci Griffith!

  2. Ruth Einstein
    Ruth Einstein October 23, 2016 at 11:10 am | | Reply

    Good literature opens minds, and helps us all be more human, more compassionate and more aware. The same is true of good podcasts. Dare I say, listening to Rumble Strip, whether the topic be, music, art, food, family, love, or the white lines of the highway, makes me a better person? As a musician I am inspired by the insights of Jim Rooney, Peter Schumann, Colin McCaffrey, Michael Chorney and so many others. In my community, I gain awareness on DCF, on Foodstamps, on deer hunting, and on the stories and beauty of every human being. Thank you, Erika Heilman, for the lives and awareness you bring to every episode.

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